Institute seminars summer 2021
The institute seminar series of the Institute for Sustainable Economic Development at Boku aims to foster the exchange of knowledge within and beyond the institute. Institute members and external speakers will present their work during these bi-weekly events, allowing time for in-depth discussion.
The seminars take place virtually on Tuesdays at 11:00-12:00 a.m.
If you wish to attend one of the seminars, please contact inwe(at)boku.ac.at and you will receive a zoom link.
Updated schedules are published here.
For information contact inwe(a)boku.ac.at.
|23.03.2021||Katharina Gruber||The Texas 2021 event in a climate-power system perspective|
|109||13.04.2021||Ulrich Morawetz||Surprising insights from regression analysis when explanatory variables are percentages|
|110||27.04.2021||Christina Plank||Exploring values-based modes of production and consumption in thecorporate food regime|
|111||11.05.2021||Peter Regner||System efficiency of US wind power generation is declining - A decomposition of historical wind power generation data|
|112||01.06.2021||Verena Radinger-Peer||In the region – for the region? The role of universities for (sustainable) regional development processes|
|113||15.06.2021||Nora Faltmann||Precarious Eating: Negotiating Food Safety and Security in Ho Chi Minh City’s Food Charities|
|114||22.06.2021||Michael Klingler||Framing analysis wind and solar power in Brazilian newspapers|